Ramen may have proven itself to be a force in current dining trends, but at Tei-An the specialty is Japan's other favorite noodle: soba. This is one of only a handful of places that makes the noodles in house, so diners are in for a treat. Served hot or cold, the chilled dipping soba is routinely voiced as a favorite. A variety of starters and chef specialties are available, but adventurous eaters may want to try the omakase, which requires a 24-hour advance order and a generous dinner budget.
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